Thanks Katie! ), Well said Bob!
“I wonder if Jesus said at the blessing dinner,” Got milk!”, True! I like all the details. Sorry about that! For normal healthy people, it might not make any difference at all. I like that you take time to do your own research and don’t just repeat what everyone else is saying. I have powdered milk on the shelf as part of our hurricane stash, but I always felt a little “dirty” about it after reading real food blogs. None of them add any dried milk to their fresh milk products. I spoke with representatives for half a dozen brands of milk, including national brands like Stonyfield Farms and Horizon, as well as my local store brand, organic as well as conventional. Powered by BizBudding Inc. Homogenized milk never comes in contact with air during this process or it would oxidize, oxidation causes rancidity. I really do appreciate the info and your site. I don’t understand why it has to be homogenised. Notable examples are butter powder, cheese powders and dehydrated meats. Mary Enig says so here, and I also spoke with a professor in the department of Food Science & Human Nutrition and Department of Animal Science at my favorite agricultural college, Michigan State University. Katie. Jacobsen attributed the high morbidity and mortality from coronary heart disease of Asian Indians living in the London area to consumption of ghee containing these angiotoxic oxidized sterols.
Thank you – I’m off to search for that one right now! I totally can’t find it but I’m so curious to read it! The Good News– Powdered milk will last you decades if you store it right. I’m also a Christian. Additionally, it doesn’t always dissolve properly.
I drink cream in my milk. As a member of the Oster-Ross research team, it is heartening to see that the original research findings about the dangers XO in homogenized milk have been largely confirmed in the last decade: Recommended reading on the subject: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homogenized_Milk_and_Atherosclerosis That is so interesting about homogenized vs. non-homog for you. J Agric Food Chem 46: 2227-2233 [ Links ], DREVON CA, WEINSTEIN DB, STEINBERG D (1980) Regulation of cholesterol esterification and biosynthesis in monolayer cultures of normal adult rat hepatocytes. Regards, Dr. Loveleen Sharma, General & Family Physician, Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties, Hi. Simply put, when I use homogenized cream I have leg cramps and swelling of my feet. Stimulation by oxygenated sterols. Powdered milk is nutritionally equivalent to fresh milk and is relatively non-perishable. Please talk to your health professional (or at least your spouse) before doing anything you might think is questionable. What about the land of milk and honey?
I just know that we are all going to live and die, no matter what, and I need to release some of my anxiety about food. Information on the effect of natural antioxidants other than tocopherols on cholesterol oxidation is very limited. This must followed by thin-layer or reversed-phase column chromatography to remove cholesterol that would interfere with subsequent analyses. WHY? During this process, the milkfat is not exposed to air as the process is done in an air tight system containing only milk. It’s something that can nourish us, however, as can store milk. Powdered Milk) Oxysterols in Dry Milk. It is raw, unhomogenized, and untouched by man. J Am Oil Chem Soc 64: 387-392 [ Links ], MAERKER G, UNRUH J (1986) Cholesterol oxides I. To say it that way is intended to cast raw milk drinkers (the way it was done for the first 5800 or so years) as some kind of lunatics. The levels of the different oxysterols are discussed attending to the type of milk.
Powdered milk is, of course, less expensive than fresh milk. Strange thing too is that under any circumstance, hot or cold weather, they would come running when the grains were poured in for them.
As far as the oxidation goes, it would also be safe to say that milk powder, which is found in many products, is not safe to consume given the fact that if it’s not non-fat it contains cholesterol and would contain the properties of oxidized cholesterol that were described by Weston A. J Food Sci 53: 74-80 [ Links ], OKAMURA N, HARAGUCHI H, HASHIMOTO K, YAGI A (1994) Flavonoids in Rosmarinus Officinalis leaves. uh, i really think god created milk for baby cows, guys. As you’ll see this week, we choose raw milk from the farm, but I do need to supplement sometimes. Bovine tuberculosis is NOT transferable to humans. Can’t we all just get along?:). Meanwhile, there is no reason to avoid powdered milk if you like it. So, why doesn’t it taste exactly the same when you add water back into it?
What is its purpose? Shauna, Might you have the link? It would be interesting to see research on the new smaller fat membrane, it’s properties and effects on digestion/health. It might surprise you to learn that powdered milk is one of the common ingredients in milk chocolate. $10/gallon here, we spend $80 a month on raw milk. Katie. The most commonly detected oxysterols in foods are the major products of cholesterol oxidation: 7 a-hydroxycholesterol, 7 ß-hydroxycholesterol, a-epoxycholesterol, ß-epoxycholesterol, and 7-ketocholesterol, which can be found in amounts ranging from nano gr to mg/gr of sample (Sander et al., 1989; Paniangvait, et al., 1995). The effect of four flavonoids; quercetin, catechin, morin, and rutin, was recently assayed against cholesterol oxidation when oxidation was induced by temperature, and using soybean oil as substrate for oxidation (Valenzuela et al., 2002b). June 23, 2010 (UPDATED: May 10, 2020) by Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship 113 Comments. Katie. Can you suggest any alternatives? Dr. Partridge drinks homogenized store milk himself, although he said he has to take the jugs from the back to avoid the “light oxidized flavor that is prevalent in milk stored under direct fluorescent lighting.” This is not a man who drinks milk without consciousness. PS – There wasn’t a link included. Mercy, it’s so hard to know what is “right”! Trends Food Sci Technol 2: 223-226 [ Links ], RIGOTTI A.
Rice is also one of the easiest grains to digest. Can I make yogurt with powdered milk? I’m pretty strict about what my 14-month-old daughter eats (compared to everyone else I know, anyway), but I have to give up some of that control sometimes. The main source of oxysterols in meats (from bovine, poultry and porcine origin) is heat processing, mainly over-heating. J Food Sci 50: 595-598 [ Links ], MORGAN JN, ARMSTRONG DJ (1992) Quantification of cholesterol oxidation products in egg yolk powder spray-dried with direct heating. Cholesterol oxidation products can be potentially harmful to human health. The effectiveness of some flavonoids as antioxidants for fats and oils has been previously demonstrated (Das & Pereira, 1990; Nieto et al., 1993; Lotito & Fraga, 2000). As with cholesterol, which serves as a precursor for many steroid hormones, there is evidence that oxysterols, especially those with a hydroxyl group on the side chain, can serve as substrates for steroid hormone synthesis in steroidogenic cells (Chaudhary et al., 1992). Selecting nonfat powdered milk will largely eliminate any concerns over oxidized cholesterol. That is odd, and I really don’t know – I’d just try again another day with the URL. J Food Sci 57: 43-45 [ Links ], MOREL D, LIN CY (1996) Cellular biochemistry of oxysterols derived from the diet or oxidation in vivo. It's true that a packager could add dried milk to fresh milk and, because of the way the FDA labeling regulations define “milk,” they would not be required to list powdered milk in the ingredient list. In order to make powdered milk, pasteurized milk is first concentrated through evaporation. I’d like to see more research on the homogenization health effects, actually. J Chromatog A: 764: 279-293 [ Links ], HAVSTEEN B (1983) Flavonoids, a class of natural products of high pharmacological potency. It can be very difficult to trust any scientist from the corporate, university or government realm these days because they have a political agenda to further, often in order to keep their jobs. The fact is if we can’t get real milk then maybe we should look somewhere else for similar nutrients. Antioxidants, both of synthetic or natural origin, are widely applied to prevent lipid oxidation in processed foods, raw materials, or fats and oils used in manufacture (Valenzuela & Nieto, 1996). I can’t speak for everyone, but I highly doubt many people are suckling from the teat of other animals. Dry Milk (A.K.A. And they say that there’s no way for you to tell whether or not your milk contains added dry milk because the packagers are not required to list powdered milk in the ingredient list.